Five reasons why you should have studied medicine, instead of law

Five reasons why you should have studied medicine, instead of law

03 March 2012 By Lawyers Weekly

01 It's not that funny to make jokes about doctors, whereas the rest of the world thinks lawyer jokes are hilarious.02 People still get s

01 It's not that funny to make jokes about doctors, whereas the rest of the world thinks lawyer jokes are hilarious.

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02 People still get sick during a recession, but legal services can quickly become a discretionary item.

03 Driving a seriously expensive car would have been seen as a reflection of your worth to society, instead of just a blatant self-indulgence and indication of your ridiculous salary.

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04 Upon graduation you would have received the fancy title of "Dr" attached to your name, instead of just becoming initials or a code when reporting on billable units.

05 When people asked what you do at parties, the declaration that you're a doctor wouldn't have become the conversation-stopper that it is when you say you're a lawyer.

Five reasons why you should have studied medicine, instead of law
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